Question about Eureka Oxygen s 6992 Bagged Canister Vacuum
The plug connection between lower wand and the motorized nozzle seems to be partially burned out and does not maintain contact. Therefore, the nozzle works for a few seconds and stops. Can I purchase the cords I need? Is it possible to replace the cord on the motorized nozzle? I don't see the cords on the list of parts available to purchase. Our local vacuum shop would not fix it. Thank you.
Yes, that short cord in the power nozzle can be replaced and BOTH wands should also be replaced, not just the one that appears burnt. If your locan vac shop won't fix it, contact Eureka at the customer service number on the bottom of your vacuum. They will most likely set you up with the correct parts.
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